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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said the world was fighting a new Cold War, warning of grave consequences for the West if it didn’t cooperate with Russia in Syria and elsewhere.


“We have slid, in essence, into times of a new Cold War,” Medvedev said in a speech Saturday to senior international officials at a marquee security conference in Germany.


Medvedev cited the Syria conflict as an arena of much needed Russian-Western cooperation, especially on military issues.


The key to resolving that conflict, he said, was the cooperation of “Russian and American military officials—regularly, constantly, every day.”


“Military officials must be in constant contact,” Medvedev said, returning to the point later in his remarks. “They should be calling each other 10 times a day.”



Time to hit that reset button again...

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